An initiative under Obama's hiring reform makes it easier for students to pursue a government career.
Unintended side effects of efforts to rein in careless spending could affect other administration priorities.
Government leaders need to realize technology is their friend, a strategic asset, says the federal CIO.
A professor's algorithm sidesteps the hoopla to reveal the winner of the upcoming presidential election, writes columnist Alan Balutis.
New executive order requires agencies to issue reports on outdated regulations twice a year.
Sen. Susan Collins is concerend about OFPP nominee's stance on a hypothetical order requiring companies to disclose political contributions in bids.
Joe Jordan, nominated to lead the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, could get Senate governmental affairs committee approval next week.
Officials emphasized feedback early in the acquisition process and taking advantage of industry days as agencies maximize scarces resources.
New guidance gives agency heads steps to standardize the development and use of architectures.
Forthcoming strategy will give citizens better access to government data and enhance service delivery for agencies.
Developer.data.gov is the latest in a growing list of communities designed to make practical use of the government's datasets.
After the debut of the new iteration of USAJobs fizzled, user satisifaction dropped and has still not recovered.